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Hulk Hogan calls people complaining about no power or water after Irma 'crybabies'

Hulk Hogan, whose given name is Terry Bollea, shown here leaving the courtroom during a break in his trial against Gawker Media in St. Petersburg in March 2016, on Thursday called people complaining about lack of power and water 'crybabies.' [Associated Press]

Hulk Hogan, whose given name is Terry Bollea, shown here leaving the courtroom during a break in his trial against Gawker Media in St. Petersburg in March 2016, on Thursday called people complaining about lack of power and water 'crybabies.' [Associated Press]

Are you struggling because you've been without power for days?

Or even worse, have you had trouble getting water?

And have you complained about it — perhaps even on social media?

Well, former wrestling star and Clearwater resident Hulk Hogan took to Twitter today to call you a crybaby.

"No water, no power,crybabies, everyone's complaining, these people have no clue how bad it could be, Praying for those that got hit hard, lost" his Tweet posted this morning reads.

No doubt, people have suffered more than many of us in the Tampa Bay area — Irma has killed nearly three dozen people.

And yes, Irma could have been a lot worse for many of us.

But are people really 'craybabies' for complaining about being really hot, uncomfortable and thirsty?

Hulk Hogan calls people complaining about no power or water after Irma 'crybabies' 09/14/17 [Last modified: Thursday, September 14, 2017 5:37pm]
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